Aerial photos (and some videos!) of wintery North Cascades: Photosets 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29.(Nov-Mar 2012-3)
Lots of ambitious climbing adventures planned for this coming summer....
JUNE 18-30, 2013:
SIERRA (CA):with Mark Thomas
Third Pillar of Dana
Incredible Hulk, Red Dihedral
Palisades Traverse ++
JULY 5-11, 2013:
NORTH CASCADES Adventure (WA):with my sister Jenny
Eldorado area scrambling and glacier romping or Washington Pass rock climbing
JULY 15 - AUG 11, 2013:
Walker's Haute Route, a 200 km hike from Chamonix to Zermatt with parents
Matterhorn, Hornli Ridge
Dolomites, climbs TBD with Michael Stanton
AUGUST 15-30, 2013:
WADDINGTON area (BC):with Dan Aylward, Chad Kellogg, Sarah Hart
Combatant, Skywalk Buttress
IF THERE'S TIME:
NORTH CASCADES (WA):
Juno Tower, Clean Break
Pasayten climbing trip
Silver Lake, Fisher, Arriva
Vesper, North Face
Then back to school....
No presentations or workshops are currently scheduled, due to a heavy school load this year.
Aerial Photo Calendar
Every Christmas I make a calendar for my friends and family. This year the theme of the calendar is "Aerial North Cascades," containing 13 carefully selected high-quality aerial images of Washington's rugged and beautiful glaciated North Cascades. Each month is represented by an aerial photo taken during that month. Here is a sampling of my aerial photography.
The calendars are large format and professionally printed by Apple. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in acquiring a calendar(s). I order the calendars from Apple on an individual basis and get them directly shipped to your address. The calendar can be ordered at any time, and can be even be customized to span any range of months (for example, June 2013-June 2014).
Photos by month:
JAN: Early Winters / Liberty Bell
FEB: South Hozomeen
MAR: Hidden Lake Lookout
APR: Glacier Peak
MAY: Shuksan JUN: Baker
SEP: Dome Peak
OCT: Wildfires '12
NOV: Mt. Stuart
DEC: Southern Pickets
+++: Mystery peak on cover
As a challenge, if you can name the summit on the cover photo below I will offer you (for the same price) a special 13-month calendar containing Mt. Rainier on the extra month.
Quick Link to Night Photography
Here's a quick link to my page on night photography, which gives lots of photos as well as a technical discussion on the physics of night photography.
This is one of my first articles - titled Following in my Parents' Bootracks, published in the 2005-6 Stanford Alpine Club Journal. It is about a few of my climbs during the Summer 2006 that paralleled climbs my parents had done over 25 years previous.
A multinomial regression analysis to determine if there is any definable numerical relationship between "Peaks," "Mounts," and "Mountains." Also includes interesting applications, such as quantifying the "strength" of a summit's type and asking if Mt. St. Helens is still a Mount.
Disclaimer: Climbing is dangerous. So is driving, biking, crossing the street, using a blender, and eating McDonalds. By accessing this website and the information provided, you agree to hold Steph unaccountable for all the hours you spend armchair mountaineering.